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Ripping paper, in the zone

Ripping paper, in the zone

Staff Writer “I do not call myself subject to much at all.” — Hawkeye, “Last of the Mohicans.” Ivy King is the type of person books are written about, and…

Harp and flute concert opens series at St. Patrick’s

Special to The PREVIEW There is something ethereal about the rich sounds of the harp combined with the pure, singing quality of the flute. Harpist Anita Briggs and her daughter,…

Take your best shot, roll with the punches

  Columnist Do you remember Picture Day? No matter how hard you tried to look your best, those pictures still come back to haunt you. Your mother cut your bangs…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature violin and piano duo

Special to The PREVIEW This Sunday, Jan.13, at 5 p.m., St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church will offer its monthly Sunday Night Unplugged Service, a service of music and meditation, featuring violinist…

Artists sought for waterfowl competition

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is soliciting original artwork entries for the 2013 Colorado Waterfowl Stamp Art Contest. This year’s species of focus is the Greater Scaup (Aythya marila). The deadline…

Day players, extras needed for independent film

A small independent movie will be shot in Pagosa Springs Jan. 14-Feb. 1. An open call for day players and extras will take place at the Pagosa Center for the…

‘Office Space: The Musical’ steps out of the cubicle

By R. Eli Townsend Special to The PREVIEW “In 1999 a cult classic premiered that was destined to take pop culture by storm,” says Ted Sweetland, the main character in…

Photo club to meet next week

By Dale Malaney Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will meet Wednesday, Jan. 9, at Shy Rabbit Contemporary Arts, 333 Bastille Drive. Join in for socializing starting…

The art of Carolynn Wood — a delicate balance

The art of Carolynn Wood — a delicate balance

Staff Writer “There’s so many things that are okay and good that sometimes it makes you crumple over with being alive. We are allowed such an insane depth of beauty…

The Met: Live in HD at Fort Lewis College

By Indiana Reed Special to The PREVIEW The Met: Live in HD continues its screening of live performances in high definition in the Vallecito Room of the Fort Lewis College…